If you enjoyed Capcom's over-the-top actioner Asura's Wrath as much as a couple of us here at CR News did, the latest DLC trailer should get you suitably amped. Hit the jump to see some Studio 4ºC anime, as well as Street Fighter's Ryu and Akuma.
Having someone cut in line in front of you leads to some understandable irritation. Having your wife and daughter taken from you and getting imprisoned for 12,000 years will lead to implacable wrath that can only be quelled with lots of punching. Hit the jump to see if Capcom and CyberConnect2's Asura's Wrath delivers!
Asura's Wrath is out today, and Capcom is getting ready to extend Asura's angry adventures with story-building DLC--along with a special guest appearance from Street Fighter frontman Ryu! Hit the jump to see more, as well as a first look at the new Studio 4°C-animated cutscenes!
Asura's Wrath holds nothing back with its action, and this newest video showing footage of the game's story along with some gameplay gives some background for Asura's extreme displeasure. Hit the jump with six-armed punching fury to check it out!
Some of us here at CRN are just a little bit excited about Asura's Wrath. Maybe it's the planet-sized bosses, the crazy anime-styled combat, or just the thought of fighting enemies while having no arms and screaming "have at you." Let out your best battlecry and charge past the jump to see a new trailer featuring the game's supporting cast!
Capcom and CyberConnect2's over-the-top actioner Asura's Wrath is arriving soon, but gamers sitting on the fence--and people who just can't wait to start tearing down Hindu and Buddhist mythology--will get an early peek at the game, as Capcom is releasing a demo. Find out more after the jump!
Capcom has uploaded a pretty awesome Japanese TV commercial for its insane-looking action game Asura's Wrath, in which the planet-sized Wyzen punctures Earth's atmosphere… with his finger. See the population's reaction after the jump.
It's becoming a regular thing now for different retail outlets to offer different pre-order incentives for games, and such is the case with Capcom's upcoming wild, godly actioner Asura's Wrath. Hit the jump to check 'em out, along with some freshly revealed box art.
As one of the most anticipated HD action games of 2012, it was almost a given that Asura's Wrath would get a limited edition release. But what's in it? Artbooks? Thumb-wrestler puppets? An Asura punching puppet? An Asura plushie? Find out everything about the upcoming Asura's Wrath "Heaven" Edition after the jump!
If there's one thing Capcom's Asura's Wrath isn't lacking, it's creative combat. So far we've seen Asura run headlong through a phalanx of spears and arrows, drill an enemy through another enemy, and take on a god that's apparently as large as the planet itself. So what else is left? Past the jump, check out more of Asura's crazy combat and some backstory trailers!
2012 is already looking to have a busy first few months for gamers, and Capcom is adding to that with North American release date announcements for both Asura's Wrath and Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Hit the jump for dates and more!
Our coverage of Capcom's Asura's Wrath—developed by CyberConnect 2 (.hack, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja)—started back during E3 2011. Since then, the planet-crushing action has only gotten more nutty, as evidenced in the latest trailer from Tokyo Game Show. Watch it after the jump.
Capcom has posted a video in which Producer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya and CyberConnect2 CEO Hiroshi Matsuyama discuss the Buddhist motifs of Asura's Wrath, a game in which a rage driven protagonist is constantly giving and receiving "mind blowing beatings." Check it out after the jump.
Are you ready for some Resident Evil: Revelations? This is looking more and more like the real deal 3DS RE title, just as Capcom's Asura's Wrath continues to look absolutely mental. Both are set to arrive early 2012, and you can check out new trailers after the jump.
Honestly, the fact that Asura's Wrath boasts "planetary sized bosses" might be enough to get me on board on day one. This action title is being developed by CyberConnect2, who previously worked on the .hack series, a ton of Naruto: Ultimate Ninja games, and lesser known titles like Silent Bomber and Tail Concerto. See what madness they've cooked up in the latest trailer.